Welcome to the exciting world of water exploration and management! The Ayin Project is proud to introduce our engaging program designed to empower young minds with knowledge about water systems and their vital role in communities. In our hands-on classes, students will embark on a journey of discovery as they unravel the mysteries of open water sources, explore the wonders of gravity-fed aqueducts, delve into the secrets of underground aquifers, and unlock the principles of hydrology under pressure. Through interactive activities and experiments, students will develop a deep understanding of the importance of water, how it moves, and the essential techniques used to ensure its safe and sustainable management. Get ready to dive into a world where curiosity meets action, and together, let's make a splash in creating a brighter future for water management.
WHO WE ARE
We are a group of individuals who see a global issue and want to be a part of the solution. Our Mission is to create greater Water Accessibility in developing countries, through the implementation of Sustainable Solutions and the Empowerment of local collaborators. Our work will be complete once all people have access to Safely Managed Drinking Water.
WHAT WE DO
In the US, we focus on Awareness and Educational efforts related to water accessibility. One way we do this is through STEM water-related activities with students. We want to be an active part of inspiring the next generation to think through of how they can positively impact their world as adults.
Students will explore the following questions with hands-on activities.
OPEN WATER - SOURCES
What are open water sources and why are they important?
GRAVITY FED - AQUEDUCTS
How is gravity used to transport water from one point to another?
DIGGING DEEP - AQUIFERS
What does water look like underground and how do we access it?
HYDROLOGY - UNDER PRESSURE
How are the laws of physics used to move water using pressure?
If you're interested in hiring us to come to facilitate a STEM Enhancement Activity for your students, contact us!